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Are there any daily contraceptive pills? If yes,the name for same? If taken regularly are there any long term impacts
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Dr. Pritam Prakash Sulakhe
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consult a gynec before starting tablet. Need to rule out certain things before start. need to see whether tablets r be suitable for u. Don't start on ur own.It has some serious risks.
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Dr. Disha Sridhar
Obstetrician 13 yrs exp Bangalore
Before starting  on the pills, you may want  to read my articles on Practo and decide for yourself.
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Dr. Rita Bakshi
Gynecologist/Obstetrician 31 yrs exp Delhi
Hello, Consulting a gynecologist before taking any medication is a must. So visit a gynecologist for further evaluation and follow the medications as prescribed.
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Dr. Parnamita Bhattacharya
Gynecologist 12 yrs exp Kolkata
Combined oral contraceptive pills are available. But you should always consult a gynecologist before starting the same as there are some checklists before you use them.
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Dr. K.S. Ramya
Gynecologist 12 yrs exp Chennai
Yes. List of brands are there. Long term side effects are mainly due to estrogen component., like thrombosis risk, liver dysfunction etc. But there are long term benefits like cancer protection as well. Treatment has to be individualised.
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